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Concrete Quarterly: Strictly business

A feature about the new extension of Cambridge Judge Business School – the Simon Sainsbury Centre. The new £32 million Centre was designed by Stirling Prize-winning architect Stanton Williams, and provides 5,000 square metres of new teaching, meeting and dining space. The article says the architects have “risen to the challenge in characteristic fashion – by producing a calmly authoritative, almost understated building. With its muted brick and precast concrete facades, and an interior featuring oak, marble and exposed concrete, it is, appropriately enough, rather business-like.”

Read the full article [concretecentre.com]